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CalTech (Texas) Overview

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San Angelo, TX
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
IT Services
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year


CalTech is a private and growing IT services company. We specialize in aligning our clients’ technology with their business goals. One of our biggest competitive strengths comes from our employees. We nurture the professional growth of our people while providing a fun ... Read more

Mission: Building lasting relationships and delivering value through exceptional technology services.

CalTech (Texas) Reviews

  • "Great Place to Work"

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    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Tier I Engineer
    Current Employee - Tier I Engineer
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at CalTech (Texas) full-time


    Such a great place to work. Family oriented, friendly team environment. Everyone is there to help one another. Great management team as well to push and encourage you to surpass your goals each month. Benefits are good,


    No cons that I can think of. This is a great place to grow and learn in if you have the motivation and great work ethic.

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CalTech (Texas) Photos

CalTech (Texas) photo of: CalTech receiving Best Companies to Work for in Texas award
CalTech (Texas) photo of: Tyler getting a bonus check and award for Customer Service Champion
CalTech (Texas) photo of: Best Companies award ceremony 2019
CalTech (Texas) photo of: Best Companies to Work for in Texas Award Ceremony
CalTech (Texas) photo of: CT Austin group dinner
CalTech (Texas) photo of: CalTech Austin team members volunteering their time
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CalTech (Texas) Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Desktop Support Technician Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Angelo, TX
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CalTech (Texas) (San Angelo, TX).


    I was given the opportunity to interview for this company. I went through 3 rounds of interviews from my understanding I think there is a total of 4 interviews altogether. What I like most of the whole interview process was from just the beginning stages all the way to the end.

    Stage 1: I spoke with two CalTech employees, each employee gave me a quiet bit of info that I just never knew about CalTech other than it just being an IT company. What I learned is that the company truly believes in growing its employees to their highest potential and which gave me hope that there was more to life than what I just currently doing. I recommend everyone that applies to this company to meet with a recruiter or ask employees to learn the knowledge.

    Stage 2 (Applying): The application process was pretty simple, there was nothing difficult to it just a something sweet and short to the point. That truly takes the anxiety off from just applying to a job in general. I feel like some applications for other business have almost 90 question step process on top of you already having to input your experience, references, etc.

    Stage 3 (first interview): My first interview was a little bit of a doozy for me just because I was already nervous and this interview was mainly getting to talk about myself a little bit, why I chose CalTech etc. I wasn't sure if there was a way to rerecorded one of my responses as I had accidentally wrapped my laptop charger cord around my ankle. I completely wish I would have been able to redo that response. But other than that it was a very neat experience and I like how you get to talk about yourself basically to yourself. It kind of reminds you of all your accomplishments and goals.

    Stage 4(2nd Interview): I got to have face to a face video interview with someone from HR who truly has an amazing personality. She made me feel comfortable and it felt like a conversation more than anything. Nothing grilling.

    Stage 5( 3rd Interview): I feel like I should have study more about the company because the company truly strives itself on its mission and values. I agree that all companies should do.

    In conclusion, even though I was not selected I feel like the interview process was very thorough. You learn about the benefits and pay structure and all the great things the company has to offer.

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Company Updates

  • "Don't worry about your experience so much. Don't be afraid to make mistakes. CalTech offers everything for you to grow as an engineer." If you are interested in starting a career in IT, please apply at or email us at!

    Cody Shuman - Employee Highlight

    Cody Shuman talks about his journey at CalTech and what makes CalTech a great employer.

  • Stephen Swaringin, Tier 2 Engineer, talks about his journey from Starbucks barista to IT professional and what it means for those without IT experience who are wanting to get into the field. Apply at

    Stephen Swaringin - Barista to IT Professional

    Stephen Swaringin, Tier 2 Engineer, talks about his journey from Starbucks barista to IT professional and what it means for those without IT experience who are wanting to get into the field.

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CalTech (Texas) Awards & Accolades

  • Best Companies to Work for in Texas, Best Companies Group and Texas Monthly, 2014
  • Best Companies to Work For in Texas (Small)(16), Best Companies Group and Texas Monthly, 2015
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Pledges & Certifications

Tech Hiring Commitment

Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers

Career Advancement Program

Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

Diversity Commitment

Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce

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